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  1. Think tanks Oldest Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) Fabian Society ‘Traditional’ RUSI Institute of Fiscal Studies Policy Studies Institute King’s Fund

  2. Think tanks - ‘Advocacy’ PRO-CONSERVATIVE Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) Adam Smith Institute (ASI) PRO-LABOUR Fabian Society Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) Demos

  3. Institute of Economic Affairs • Anti-collectivist • Gradualist (Fabian style) approach Iain McLeod Enoch Powell Edward Heath Margaret Thatcher Keith Joseph

  4. Other Conservative think tanks • Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) • Adam Smith Institute (ASI)

  5. Fabian Society • Named after Roman general Fabius • Sidney & Beatrice Webb

  6. Other Labour think tanks • Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) • Demos

  7. Current think tanks • Policy Exchange • ResPublica • ‘Big society’ (Philip Blond)

  8. Ex-think tank ministers- Labour Patricia Hewitt David Miliband

  9. Ex-think tank ministers- Conservative Francis Maude David “Two Brains” Willetts Nick “One Brain” Herbert Michael Gove

  10. Summary Long history – Fabians blazed the trail ‘Traditional’ vs ‘advocacy’ Fill gap left by ideology … … but were themselves influential in establishing ideologies Helped Thatcherism to get established … … and helped create New Labour Evidence of direct impact on policy is thin … … but they often set the tone for party policy … … and ex-think tank personnel roam the corridors of power